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Nsiimbe Laments Squad Depth After Loss to Bul

The Deputy Governor Bank of Uganda, sickness http://centerforblackbelt.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table.php Dr. Louis Kasekende has expressed the need for more dissemination of financial literacy information to transform livelihoods.

He encouraged Ugandans to invest more in government Treasury bonds and to exploit opportunities presented therein.

The Deputy Governor made the call during the Annual Financial Literacy Workshop at Imperial Royale Hotel.

“There are many savings in investment groups but these need to be graduated into formal establishments by supporting them to transform into formal accounts, http://chat.novaintermed.ro/wp-includes/widgets.php ” said Kasekende.

He mentioned that the boom in money lenders’ business presents an opportunity for Bank of Uganda to ease access to financial literacy by leveraging on this clientele.

“Money lenders are lending at a rate of 10 percent per month yet at such high rates they still thrive in business. If people were exposed they would be instead relying on banks for financial services, http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-includes/comment-template.php ” he said.

Currently, an estimated 19.8 million Ugandans are registered on Mobile Money accounts in comparison of only 5 million Ugandans with bank accounts.

Kasekende said that Bank of Uganda will engage in more training for trainers on finance related information as well as more quality assurance.

Among the milestones registered by Bank of Uganda in this regard includes trainings of SACCOs, coffee farmers, youth, the church as well as farmer cooperatives.

Financial literacy has also been incorporated into the secondary school curriculum.

Mr. Dustan Kisuule from Y-Save said that most Ugandans are faced with a poor saving culture which he attributed to spending beyond their income.

He mentioned that Uganda has vast investment opportunities and advised that those seeking to exploit the opportunities to diversify and on save consistently.
Courts throughout the country will be closed to the public for two days as the judiciary administration takes stock of all pending cases.

Justice Henry Peter Adonyo, drugs http://cbvsalvail.ca/wp-includes/class-walker-page.php the head of the taskforce says that the two day National Case Census taking place tomorrow December 10 and 11th seeks to establish the number of pending and backlogged cases in the court system to enable the judiciary take remedial action on them.

Addressing journalists at the Commercial Court Building in Kampala, Justice Adonyo said the exercise targeting 420 courts from Supreme Court to the lowest court at Grade Two except the Industrial Court and the General Court Martial.

He said the judiciary has earmarked Shs100 million for the case census slated to consider all pending cases files before courts as of close of business on December 9 this year to enable the judiciary to plan how to distribute its resources for efficient delivery of justice in the country.

Justice Adonyo who estimated pending cases at 200,000 said the exercise would help the judiciary to establish the exact number of cases to help in the proper planning in the upcoming strategic plan four.
Courts throughout the country will be closed to the public for two days as the judiciary administration takes stock of all pending cases.

Justice Henry Peter Adonyo, no rx http://davidyoho.com/wp-admin/includes/post.php the head of the taskforce says that the two day National Case Census taking place tomorrow December 10 and 11th seeks to establish the number of pending and backlogged cases in the court system to enable the judiciary take remedial action on them.

Addressing journalists at the Commercial Court Building in Kampala, buy more about http://crememinceur.com/wp-admin/includes/continents-cities.php Justice Adonyo said the exercise targeting 420 courts from Supreme Court to the lowest court at Grade Two except the Industrial Court and the General Court Martial.

He said the judiciary has earmarked Shs100 million for the case census slated to consider all pending cases files before courts as of close of business on December 9 this year to enable the judiciary to plan how to distribute its resources for efficient delivery of justice in the country.

Justice Adonyo who estimated pending cases at 200, http://center4research.org/wp-admin/includes/revision.php 000 said the exercise would help the judiciary to establish the exact number of cases to help in the proper planning in the upcoming strategic plan four.
The Saints FC boss George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe is a frustrated man after his team lost 2-1 to eastern giants Bul Fc away in Jinja on Tuesday afternoon despite leading the match as early as the 26th minute.

Ivan Kiweewa struck from the spot after Joseph Ssempira had fouled an advancing Julius Malyamungu inside the box. Bul Fc reduced pressure by leveling matters with a powerful shot from Umar Mukobe two minutes to the break.

Militon Kalisa finished the business from the spot in the second half after Wakalaita was brought down.

The Saints coach decried the level of officiation despite his players missing a host of chances including a one on One by Sekajugo against  Bul Keeper Kalyowa.

The Saints have gradually plunged to the bottom of the table and facing a threat of demotion back to big league but Nsiimbe believes the only way to avoid the fate is by the club spending during January transfer.

“I dont have a very strong squad. As per now we need a big change in the team upto 90% of the playing unit. But at least we have to get five players to fix in all positions if we are to save the detoriating situation, see http://d4462130.u92.platformpublishing.com.au/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/classes/em-location-post.php ” Nsiimbe said.

“You can see the kinds of mistakes we are doing. The players need to be a little bit more serious when given a chance. The open chances we missed can not go unpunished when you are facing serious teams.”

The Saints are placed 15th in the table with six points from only one win and three draws from twelve outings scoring only five goals.


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